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E334: Multiscale 3D analysis of silicate-hosted magnetic inclusions (Lead Supervisor: Richard Harrison, Earth Sciences):
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E345: Carbon transfer in the Himalaya by chemical weathering in the wake of the April 2015 Nepal Earthquake (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
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E341: Deep Earth Ammonium: Recycling the Atmosphere through the Solid Earth (Lead Supervisor: Simon Redfern, Earth Sciences):
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C325: Integrated Palaeoclimatology of the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico (Lead Supervisor: David Hodell):
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E327: New insights into the earthquake cycle and the geological evolution of the continents (Lead Supervisor: Alex Copley, Earth Sciences):
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C320: Sulfur cycle perturbation across the K/T Boundary and the late Cretaceous Sulfur cycle (Lead Supervisor: Sasha Turchyn, Earth Sciences):
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B317: Death of a biome: sedimentary and palaeoecological consequences of the Pennsylvanian collapse of tropical rainforests (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
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E343: The earliest records of the earth’s magnetic field – a combined iron-isotope & (nano-)palaeomagnetic approach (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
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B318: The Ediacaran biota in miniature: palaeoecological and palaeobiological insights from sub-centimetre fossils (Lead Supervisor: Alex Liu, Earth Sciences):
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E313: Strain relaxation behaviour due to magnetoelastic coupling in multiferroic materials (Lead Supervisor: Michael Carpenter, Earth Sciences):
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B314: Pre-Cryogenian palaeobiology in arctic Canada (Lead Supervisor: Nick Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
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E344: Long period free-oscillations of the Earth (Lead Supervisor: David Al-Attar, Earth Sciences):
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E328: Theoretical and computational studies in full-waveform inversion (Lead Supervisor: David Al-Attar, Earth Sciences):
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E338: Using petrology to inform modelling of volcano deformation (Lead Supervisor: Marie Edmonds, Earth Sciences):
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E321: Seismic signatures of deep stagnating slabs (Lead Supervisor: Sanne Cottaar, Earth Sciences):
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C324: Sniffing Hydrated Minerals for Life (Lead Supervisor: David Hodell, Earth Sciences):
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B316: The Stragglers Invade the Land: Sedimentary and Ichnological Insights into the Carboniferous Terrestrialization Climax (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
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E314: The sulfur burden of large basaltic eruptions (Lead Supervisor: Marie Edmonds, Earth Sciences):
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E330: Chemical geodynamics: Combining geochemical and geophysical constraints on mantle structure and processes (Lead Supervisor: Oliver Shorttle, Earth Sciences):
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B304: Exceptional preservation of an early Miocene lacustrine ecosystem (Lead Supervisor: Nick Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
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C321: Calcium isotope exploration of insitu authigenic carbonates (Lead Supervisor: Sasha Turchyn, Earth Sciences):
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E322: High resolution imaging on the core-mantle boundary (Lead Supervisor: Sanne Cottaar, Earth Sciences) :
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E336: A new understanding of the dynamics of continental deformation (Lead Supervisor: Jerome Neufeld, BP Institute/DAMTP/Department of Earth Sciences):
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E323: Relationships between Topography, Seismic Tomography and Mantle Convection on Earth (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences) :
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E346 Seismic imaging of the crust-mantle system in southeast Asia (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
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B305: Pyritization Of Shelly Fossils (Lead Supervisor: Nick Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E320: Doming, Drainage and Dynamics of Borborema Plateau and its Surroundings, Brazil (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
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C322: Geochemical study of sulfate and sodium in ice cores to improve the interpretation and use of volcanic and sea ice proxies. (Lead Supervisor: Eric Wolff, Earth Sciences):
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E317: Thermochemical Tomography of the Tibetan Plateau (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
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E339: Kilauea Volcano’s high fountaining eruptions: the story from the crystals (Lead Supervisor: Marie Edmonds, Earth Sciences) :
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E315: Mixing and eruption of crystal laden bubbly magmas in the shallow crust (Lead Supervisor: Andy Woods, BP Institute and Department of Earth Sciences):
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E332: Earth’s carbon cycle: Novel proxies for the weathering hot-spots of SE Asia (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
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E324: Four-Dimensional Seismic Oceanography of Faroe-Shetland Trough (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
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E329: Post-seismic deformation and the rheology of the crust and upper mantle (Lead Supervisor: David Al-Attar, Earth Sciences):
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E335: Bridging the Moho: Joint inversion of seismic body and surface wave data for crust and lithospheric mantle structure (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
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C342: The impact of cation exchange to estimates of chemical weathering fluxes (Lead Supervisor: Ed Tipper, Earth Sciences):
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B306: Tracking the aftermath of the Cambrian Explosion with Small Carbonaceous Fossils (SCFs) (Lead Supervisor: Nick Butterfield, Earth Sciences):
E342: Magma Rise Times from Finite Element Models of Crystal Growth and Diffusion (Lead Supervisor: John Maclennan, Earth Sciences):
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E326: Deep Crustal Structure of Parnaiba Cratonic Basin, Northeast Brazil (Lead Supervisor: Nicky White, Earth Sciences):
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E333: Tracking the early stages of slab decarbonation using stable isotopes (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
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E340: Outgassing of metals by volcanoes (Lead Supervisor: Marie Edmonds, Earth Sciences):
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C316: Completeness and Representation of the Stratigraphic Sedimentary Record: Insights from Active Tidal Sedimentology, Geomorphology and Geochemistry (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
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C323: Deconvolving the Cainozoic δ18O signal of foraminiferal calcite using Mg/Ca and clumped isotopes (Lead Supervisor: David Hodell, Earth Sciences):
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E319: The rheology of the partially molten mantle (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences):
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C319: Biogeochemical heavy metal (Cr, U) cycling in coastal wetlands: Insights from salt marsh sediments (Lead Supervisor: Sasha Turchyn, Earth Sciences):
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C317: Constraining the ocean’s role in past atmospheric CO2 change: a geochemical fingerprinting approach (Lead Supervisor: Luke Skinner, Earth Sciences):
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E325: The redox structure of the Icelandic plume: new constraints from iron stable isotopes (Lead Supervisor: Helen Williams, Earth Sciences):
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E310: The source and flux of volatiles in Earth’s lithospheric mantle (Lead Supervisor: Sally Gibson, Earth Sciences):
E318: Global seismic imaging of the lithosphere using transdimensional tomography (Lead Supervisor: Nicholas Rawlinson, Earth Sciences):
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E337: The ultimate fate of subducting slabs (Lead Supervisor: John Rudge, Earth Sciences):
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B315: Ediacaran Sedimentary Environments: Anactualistic or Ambiguous? (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
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C315: Identifying ancient marine sedimentation on other planets: constructing a geological toolbox from Earth’s pre-Silurian rock record (Lead Supervisor: Neil Davies, Earth Sciences):
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B307: What Are The Costs Of Biomineralization? (Lead Supervisor: Liz Harper, Earth Sciences):
E312: Magnetoelastic Behaviour of Magnetic Materials (Lead Supervisor: Michael Carpenter, Earth Sciences):
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E301: Why do lava lakes go up and down? (Lead Supervisor: Andy Woods, BP Institute and Department of Earth Sciences):
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E309: Micro-to macro-scale evolution of continental mantle (Lead Supervisor: Sally Gibson, Earth Sciences):
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C318: Resolving past deep ocean oxygenation and carbon sequestration changes through a novel microanalysis approach (Lead Supervisor: Luke Skinner, Earth Sciences):
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E311: Probing lithological heterogeneity in Earth’s convecting mantle: A novel trace element and isotopic approach (Lead Supervisor: Sally Gibson, Earth Sciences):
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E316: Calcium isotopes in the oceanic crust, source, sink and significance (Lead Supervisor: Sasha Turchyn, Earth Sciences):
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